Three Ways to Read Bay of Blood

A North Noir Hat Trick (Redux)

ONE. Win a Bay of Blood ebook. Simply email your name to amp-northnoir@outlook.com; Subject Line: ‘NN Site.’ Contest closes May 18, 2019.

TWO. Download the free Bay of Blood teaser (14 chapters).

THREE. Get Bay of Blood from your favourite book vendor. Ebook $3.95 USD; print book $14.95 USD. The print book is available at select Chapters/Indigo and Coles locations in Ontario, as well as at indie bookstores. If you can’t find Bay of Blood instore, ask the owner to order the print book from Ingram or Black Opal Books.

If you prefer online vendors, Bay of Blood print books and ebooks are available from: Amazon.ca | Amazon.com | BarnesandNoble | Smashwords | KOBO | Black Opal Books | iTunes | Scribd | ChaptersIndigo

Bay of Blood Synopsis: World-renowned painter Thom Tyler is murdered in Georgian Bay, Canada. The consensus is that Tyler had no enemies. Why would anyone murder him?

Detective Eva Naslund goes to work with a homicide team from OPP Central. They find no useful blood, print, or DNA evidence. They turn to financial forensics and criminal psychology. Tyler’s paintings are worth millions, yet he’s deeply in debt to banks and his art agent. Just as the investigation opens a new lead, courtesy of Tyler’s friend, J.J. MacKenzie, MacKenzie is murdered. The team is back to ground zero — with two murders to solve ….

Bay of Blood is a vivid page-turner of a procedural – and one that promises more from both its writer, A.M. Potter, and its feisty protagonist, Sergeant Eva Naslund.” Steve Heighton, Governor General’s Award Winner | Author of The Nightingale Won’t Let You Sleep, The Dead Are More Visible and more

“Potter has written the quintessential Canadian murder mystery with a literary flourish and all the elements of a riveting read.” * Lesley Choyce. Author of The Republic of Nothing, Sea of Tranquility, The Book of Michael, among others

“There are many clever details in Potter’s Bay of Blood with close parallels to Tom Thomson’s life and death (1917). However, Potter takes his readers on a fascinating 21st-century chase, with bells and whistles never dreamt of one hundred years ago: cell phones, female detectives, Russian operatives, and shady Toronto art dealers.” * Sherrill Grace. University Killam Professor Emerita, University of British Columbia | Author of Landscapes of War and Memory and Inventing Tom Thomson

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